ESTATE PLANNING FOR DIGITAL ASSETS

In today's day and age, we are are using digital assets daily. Yet, many people forget to do estate planning to address their digital assets. Digital assets include a variety of items that many of us use so frequently that we don't even realize it. If something happened to you, would your loved ones be able to access your digital assets? Legal expert and attorney Danielle Mayo...

BRIAN WILSON, BRITNEY SPEARS, AND CELEBRITY CONSERVATORSHIPS

What do Brian Wilson, Britney Spears, and Cher all have in common?  The conservatorship process! A conservatorship is a probate court process that allows you to make financial decisions for a loved one that is unable to manage their own finances or is unable to resist fraud or undue influence.  In some states like California, there is also the conservatorship over the person w...

CELEBRITIES DISINHERITING THEIR CHILDREN: WHAT CAN WE LEARN?

Many celebrities, including Jeff Goldblum, Ashton Kutcher, Sting, and Elton John said that they are not leaving their children their fortunes. Other celebrities like Guy Fieri and Shaquille O'Neal are making their children get college and graduate degrees before receiving their inheritances. While this is a decision that more and more celebrities are making, we can all learn fro...

Legal and Financial Planning for College Graduates

Do all college graduates and young adults in their twenties need legal and financial planning? Absolutely! Good legal and financial planning applies to all young adults in their twenties and beyond.  Oftentimes, individuals start their first big job after college while others start working right out of high school. Everyone over the age of 18 is considered an adult under the law...

OJ SIMPSON’S ESTATE AND HOW WILLS WORK

The public has been able to view OJ Simpson's will is that the probate court is a public process—meaning his will is on file for the world to see. In fact, sometime in the near future, an inventory will be filed in Simpson's estate so we will see the assets in the probate court as well. ...

About Danielle Mayoras

 

Danielle Mayoras is an on-camera legal expert, attorney, author, and keynote speaker. As a respected media source, she has lent her expertise and analysis to hundreds of media sources, including The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, People, Forbes, Kiplinger, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, among many others. She has appeared on Access Hollywood, the Rachael Ray Show, The Insider, CNN, CNN International, NBC Nightly News, Forbes, The Hallmark Channel, ABC’s Live Well Network, CBS, FOX, PBS, and NBC affiliates. Danielle also serves as a legal analyst for CBS News Detroit.

 

In addition to co-authoring the best-selling book Trial & Heirs: Famous Fortune Fights!, Danielle has been a contributor to Forbes and other outlets. Danielle has also appeared as a TV host and legal expert on multiple celebrity documentaries for the REELZ Channel. When not doing media, Danielle helps clients in her thriving law firm and serves as a keynote speaker delighting audiences across the country.

 

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